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Yoke According to the measuring guide - an inch below where the yoke meets the neck at the center of the back Shoulder From the base of the collar to the end of the shoulder seam
I offer to you a pair of unworn, unwashed & unhemmed Gustin slim fit size 30 Thirteener 13oz Japanese selvedge indigo denim. Measurements according to Gustin: * Size 30 (30.5" waist, 9.6" front rise, 10.7" thigh, 7.65" knee, 34" inseam, 7.15" leg opening)
I offer to you a pair of unworn, unwashed Unbranded Brand UB301 size 30 14.5oz selvedge indigo denim. I bought them from Blue Owl Workshop and right after having them hemmed I realized their fit was not for me. Measurements according to Blue Owl Workshop: * Size 30 (31" waist, 10" rise, 11.5" thigh, 8.3" knee, 34" inseam, 8.2" leg opening) They were hemmed to 31.25"
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It's up to your personal taste. Some like the modern look of narrow openings while others, myself included, prefer a moderately wide opening which is considered more conservative and should drape more cleanly. Right now I dislike how the hem is caught behind the lacing of your shoes instead of falling 1/3 to 1/2 on top of it, also your calves seem to touch the back of the leg. 0.5-1" of additional width at the leg opening should help with those two. I am a little afraid...
A more traditional rule is to pick a leg opening of 2/3 the length of the outsole of one's shoes.The well dressed guys at The Armoury recommend 7.5-9" depending on frame and shoe sizehttp://thearmoury.tumblr.com/post/75592847049/hi-mark-knowing-that-u-usually-go-for-7-5-inches
Nothing missing there, at least not according to the picture Luxire has on their site http://luxire.com/pages/buttons-and-accessories-options
The strap must go through the red opening from the bottom side, then through the blue opening from the top side, shouldn't it?
Have a look at the following posthttp://www.styleforum.net/t/304965/luxire-custom-clothing-official-affiliate-thread/13710#post_7516126I agree with you, it's a tricky measurement to take.
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